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Texas All American Bar by Texas Power Bars

Texas All American Bar
Manufactured by Buddy Capps since 2018
Best Price Promise: $269.00

Availability:: Current demand has production time around 8 weeks.

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Texas All American Bar

The Texas All American Bar was designed early 2018 and is already a hit! This bar fills a void and is very versatile. Crafted from the same starting shaft as The Texas Power Bar it has the same strength and durability as our original bar. With center knurl to help when your squatting. 32” hand space rings for power type training and 36” hand space ring for cross training. The knurling is less aggressive than the Texas Power Bar. Simply the best all around gym bar available.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 31 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Beautiful bar, fantastic knurling - worth the wait August 4, 2020
Reviewer: Pete from Columbus, OH United States  
Many of us didn’t really understand the pickle that Capps welding was in, myself included.    After weeks with no delivery, I admittedly was gruff through email and social media, but when I finally received a call from Mitch, he handled me with care and did what he said he would do.    Opened the tube today and the bar was gorgeous.    Finished a training session with press and squat using my new All-American bar and the knurling felt fantastic.     If you can wait, do yourself a favor and order a genuine Texas Power Bar.

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  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
2 of 5 Bar specs July 29, 2020
Reviewer: Kevin from Grand Prairie, Texas  
I ordered my bar on 4/27/2020.. June 29th  I feel like they tried to make an olympic barbell out of a powerlifting bar.

The "Less Aggressive" knurling is literally the same as a powerlifting bar's knurling. Maybe they were in such a hurry to get the barbell out that they forgot to file it down. Also the barbell arrived with little chips on the ends of the collars. ... When it comes to Olympic lifting bars the Rogue Ohio Bar is the best for that "all around" aspect, which hurts my Texas pride big time.  I hope they will consider a newer model of a Texas olympic lifting barbell. Please.

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  5 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
2 of 5 Disappointing Service July 16, 2020
Reviewer: Matt Velez from BAY SHORE, NY United States  
I ordered this bar in May with a delivery window of 4 weeks and now over two months later I still had not received it. Even worse, I’ve emailed the company multiple times and have not received any response back regarding my concerns. No email responses, no phone number to call, but TPB Wasted no time charging my credit card the day of my order.

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  1 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Changing shipping address July 9, 2020
Reviewer: Edwin Rodriguez from Petersburg , VA United States  
I order this product April 27. I’ve been trying to change my shipping address for months with no response. I’ve sent 4 emails and messaged your Instagram and Facebook. I received an email that the product shipped today. I contacted fedex and only the sender can change the address. I live 3 states away and still hoping you can fix this. Please contact me.

Update: they contacted me and fixed my shipping. Fast, easy and great customer service.

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  1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Some shipping metrics would be very helpful July 5, 2020
Reviewer: Keith Ogden from Sausalito, CA United States  
I received an email from Texas Power Bars on 6/27 explaining that there was a Covid caused extensive delay in their supply chain and their production process.  This was a very good email communication.  However, with just an additional sentence: "For the week ending June 26th, we were shipping orders from the week of April xx." it would be great.  I ordered May 5th (order number in the 9450's).  I have no data, but if they can build 100 bars a day, that is 500/week.  In a post on the TPB facebook site, a customer who ordered in early April had an order number in the 6000's and got it in late June.  If my 100/day guess is in the right ballpark, that means an additional 6 weeks from that date until the orders in "my week" are in the shipping queue.  
Buddy Capp, if you would facebook post a Friday update with the order week you expect to ship the next week, you would earn some serious customer satisfaction points.

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